"Our team is knowledgeable and dedicated and are always on hand to help you with any aspect of your collection…"
Anthony Fuller joined the gallery 50 years ago, in Gladwell & Company in the City of London, working alongside his father. Art is a – if not the – lifelong fascination of Anthony’s, having been immersed in, and surrounded by fine paintings since earliest childhood. Continuing the family tradition, two of his children, Glenn and Cory, joined him in the business.
Anthony remains extremely passionate about the process of advising clients as they build their collections, and introducing them to the work of the gallery’s artists, many of whom Gladwell & Patterson has nurtured for the majority of their careers.
Anthony’s focus on quality is sharper now than ever, and he now dedicates his time to travelling the world in search of the very finest artworks, evaluating condition and value firsthand. Anthony’s long experience in the field is unmatched. Anthony’s insistence that Gladwell & Patterson remain focused on paintings, of the highest quality, ensures that the gallery maintains the tradition shot through the company history.
Cory graduated from King’s College with First Class Honours, before continuing her postgraduate studies at the Courtauld Institute where she specialized in French 19th century painting. Cory has cultivated her expertise and love of paintings, sculpture, furniture and photography over the last 30 years and has inherited her father’s impeccable taste and eye for quality.
Ella joined the gallery in 2013 from the Impressionist & Modern Art Department at Christie’s. She graduated from The University of Warwick with a First Class Honours Degree in the History of Art followed by a Masters’ Degree at the Courtauld, specialising in The Arts of Florence and Central Italy.
With over ten years’ experience in the art world, Ella brings her passion for art to the forefront of her role as Creative Director. Ella has produced over twenty exhibition catalogues for Gladwell & Patterson and is currently writing the Catalogue Raisonné of Paintings by Georges Robin.
As Director of Sales, Emily is responsible for looking after our client base. She works closely with clients to find the art they love and enjoy, embracing the excitement and pleasure of building an art collection today.
Emily has been at Gladwell and Patterson since 2016 and has been involved in all aspects of the business becoming an invaluable member of the team. Emily takes an active role in our representation at Global Art Fairs and values the opportunity to meet clients within the UK as well as America and Asia. Her enthusiasm knows no bounds when dealing with the finest works of art that Gladwell & Patterson have to offer.
Madeleine joined Gladwell & Patterson in the summer of 2021 as our London Gallery Manager. After graduating in 2019 with a degree in History and History of Art from the University of East Anglia, Madeleine volunteered for the Orleans House Gallery in Twickenham and developed a passion for arts writing. Her final dissertation focused on Italian Futurism, an interest that stemmed from her love of the Italian language and history.
Jack joined Gladwell & Patterson in 2023 as part of the London team. He graduated from Oxford Brookes University with first class honours in the History of Art, writing his final dissertation on undervalued artists of the 19th century.
Primarily engaged in sales, Jack is driven by connecting people to art. He is also involved in the gallery’s research, seeking to bring a combination of academic investigation and market analysis to Gladwell & Patterson’s goal of collecting the finest examples modern painting has to offer.
Rebecca joined Gladwells Rutland in the autumn of 2020 to help develop our country gallery in the beautiful market town of Oakham. She read English Language and Literature at Oxford University and brings with her experience working in the corporate and charitable sectors, with organisations such as The Princes Trust. She loves being surrounded by the paintings and sculptures and working as part of the G&P Stamford team to bring their beauty and meaning to a wider audience.
Glenn joined the family business in the early 1990s, and over a 30-year period of intense change has played a defining role in repositioning this historic business for the 21st century.
By balancing tradition with innovation, Gladwell & Patterson is now perfectly placed for the opportunities of the future. Educated at Whitgift School and St. Andrew’s University, Glenn’s keenest passions beyond the art world are skiing and rugby.
Marie-Claire joined Gladwell & Patterson in 2006, having read French & History of Art at Edinburgh University and worked across various industries in London.
As Director of Acquisitions, her expertise lies in her 16 years of experience in the art world working on international sales and curation of important private collections to establishing a global network of contacts, auction house specialists and dealers.
Marie-Claire loves nothing more than travelling, home or abroad, to discover those hidden gems that become the highlights of many a G&P collection.
Graham joined Gladwell & Patterson in 2010. Throughout his time at the gallery Graham has been instrumental in the operational running of the gallery and our external events, having organised over 50 of our international fairs.
Each year he brings his creative flair to our exceptional exhibits at the Chelsea Flower Show and more recently to our pop-up Garden in the Gallery exhibitions at Mr Molecey’s Marvellous Mill in the stunning Lincolnshire Countryside. He read law in Cambridge, before gaining fifteen years of valuable experience in local government and the charitable sector.
Sophia has been with the gallery since 2019, working for both the London and Rutland galleries. Since April 2022, Sophia has become an integral part of the London team. She brings her deep understanding of art collecting and the collector’s eye to the G&P Team. Sophia comes from an international business and hospitality management background, having studied at the École Hôtelière de Lausanne.
Natalie joined Gladwells Rutland in 2022, as is now the Gallery Manager of our Stamford Gallery. Natalie studied at Christies Education gaining insight into the art market, finishing her studies at the University of Glasgow with an MA(Hons) in the History of Art and Art World Practice.
Before joining the gallery team, she worked in Glasgow, focussing on Scottish contemporary works.
She brings her love and profound knowledge of British art to the gallery alongside a passion for curating the perfect space.